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I didn't add the scallions or sesame seeds at the end, and I used 1/2t of dried ginger, but this was YUMMY! Served over a salad of field greens, chicken tenderloins, avocado, and mandarin oranges.
This is delicious... Having it for lunch on a salad with avocado, hearts of palm, artichoke, tuna, etc. salad. Whew... say that five times fast. ;-) I did use dried ginger, and about a teaspoon of that, as well as half grape seed oil and half sunflower oil, since I like the flavor. Buzzed this in the magic bullet about ten seconds. It does separate a bit, so be prepared to re-mix it, but no biggie. Thanks for sharing a great dressing.
Good stuff! I doubled the garlic and minced a tiny bit of onion instead of the scallions. Oh, I also used honey instead of sugar. This was awesome on a kale salad with carrots and toasted almond slivers! Thanks danger bun!
This dressing is FAN-tastic! I followed the recipe - didn't need to change one thing. I also used it as marinade for shrimps - outstanding! Thank you, DangerBun this is a keeper!
We love this dressing! I like a bit more vinegar than called for. The flavors are just delicious over a salad with grilled chicken.
This is exactly like the salad dressing we fell in love with in Japan, but can't find in America. I am so excited to have this recipe, we've already made it twice. Thank-you for posting it!
This is a great starting point for a whole lot of creativity. Myself, I added 4 whole garlic cloves, a small Jalapeño, and a small shallot while leaving out the scallions. I substituted 1/2 tsp of dried ginger for the fresh ginger. I also added chili sesame and some capsicum to give this all some heat. The flavors were awesome over one of those pre-chopped bags of mixed cabbage, carrots, and broccoli plus a whole cucumber.... As I said, this is a great baseline recipe to riff on.
So good! Great flavor!
This is just delicious! I used 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger, did not have sesame oil or green onions on hand (so did not add them) and was so hungry I just put the ingredients into a jar and shook. Still, it was delicious! I plan on trying again after I shop for the onions, oil and fresh ginger, this time with a food processor or my immersion blender, but even without those thing, this is just divine! Thank you so much for posting!
Oh man! This is delicious! I used honey, & a little dijon mustard to thicken it. And it's fantastic! I've also used it to marinate chicken, and also great. Thanks for the recipe!!